Wincanton Dividends - WIN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Wincanton Plc WIN London Ordinary Share GB0030329360 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
7.00 1.67% 427.00 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
419.00 418.00 427.00 427.00 420.00
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Wincanton WIN Dividends History

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qs99: "The Group is therefore returning to its established dividend policy with dividend pay outs broadly following movements in underlying earnings" from Nov RNS, with increasing EBTIDA, IMO we should therefore start to see more material increases in divis. Will be interesting to see where it will "guide" the market to vis-a-vis prospective yield DYOR
volvo: Want to buy a winner? Choose a company trading strongly and growing, ideally paying a dividend....and is cheap, there is not many about that haven't been picked off already. Wincanton is right up there, going into 2021 2022 year on a pe of 8 to 9 when the new forecasts are revealed. Expect the lazy brokers (Peel Hunt miles behind) to start offering target prices starting at 600p plus....enjoy the run up to the results
rivaldo: Good coverage this morning of Liberum's upgrade: Https:// "Liberum: Wincanton rerating ‘firmly established’ Logistics group Wincanton (WIN) is tapped into a structural growth industry and the stock looks set to continue to rerate after the pandemic, says Liberum. Analyst Gerald Khoo retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from 375p to 445p on the stock, which closed up 4.9%, or 18p, at 389p on Wednesday. Khoo said logistics is a ‘structural growth industry’ with ‘outsourced supply chain management providing business-critical value-added support to customers’. ‘We see [Wincanton] as well-positioned to drive growth, building on a stable core business in more mature markets to tap faster growing sectors,’ he said. ‘With improving visibility and confidence that the end of the pandemic is in sight, and with the re-rating process firmly established, we consider it appropriate to remove this discount. Consequently, we raise our target price to 445p.’"
jeff h: Another contract win:- Wincanton has been awarded an initial three-year contract with Kelkay, the garden landscaping products manufacturer. Under the new contract, Wincanton will provide Kelkay with a scalable transport service, comprising of store deliveries, fleet provision and maintenance, planning, scheduling and compliance. This will be underpinned by Wincanton’s leading innovative technology. This work builds on Wincanton’s existing relationship as a trusted partner to Kelkay, which began in 2019, and saw Wincanton provide access to its fleet network. The new contract will see the Group manage the movement of some 20,000 orders-per-year from Kelkay’s site in Pollington, East Yorkshire, for distribution to over 2,000 retail locations across the UK and Ireland. In order to meet the specific needs of Kelkay, Wincanton will operate from a transport planning hub in Wigan to manage load movements, utilising the Wincanton fleet network. A transport execution team will also be based at Kelkay’s site in East Yorkshire........ Https://
rivaldo: Great news. Dobbies are a very large business - they had annualised turnover of £325m in 2019, so this is a big deal: Https:// "Wincanton awarded new multi-channel contract by Dobbies Wincanton, the largest British third-party logistics company, has been awarded an initial three-year contract with Dobbies, the UK's leading garden centre retailer, to provide eFulfilment, store replenishment and final mile home delivery services. The Dobbies contract win reflects Wincanton's reputation for high quality services for multi-channel retailers, particularly in the home and gardens market. The agreement is also the latest evidence of Wincanton's expanding role in the eCommerce marketplace, which is an important part of the Group's focus on strategic growth markets. etc"
rivaldo: Nice article on Citywire this morning.... Https:// "Liberum: ‘misperceptions’ at Wincanton Wincanton (WIN) can continue its trend for winning new business, which Liberum says will correct ‘misperceptions’ about the logistics group. Analyst Gerald Khoo retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 350p on the shares, which rose 4.6% to 253p yesterday. ‘Recent new business wins provide evidence of Wincanton targeting new opportunities with higher growth and margin potential,’ he said. ‘We see upside potential from further wins, which may correct the misperceptions about the earnings growth that the group has delivered in the past and the growth it can continue to deliver in the future.’"
volvo: For newbies VOLVO - 05 Oct 2020 - 08:08:24 - 1268 of 1338 Wincanton - Logistics Recovery Story 2012 - WIN rimau re Brexit. This is from June 2020 results, note that the company sees no downside and good possibilities upside. Brexit Although there remains uncertainty on the nature and timing of the UK's proposed withdrawal from the European Union (Brexit), our understanding of potential risks and impacts are regularly reviewed and assessed. We have, for example, reviewed the potential impact of Brexit, including adverse economic consequences, on our existing contract base, workforce, bidding activities and supply chain. We continue to believe that Wincanton will not be materially affected by the UK withdrawing from the European Union, which is currently scheduled to occur at the end of December 2020. This is based on the following key points: -- Our operations are generally delivered locally in-country and are not critically dependent on a cross-border supply chain or workforce. Wincanton's operations in Ireland are not a significant part of the Group and represent c.1% of Group revenue. -- As a British focused 3PL business there is potential for additional demand for our services under most Brexit scenarios, including demand for warehouse space and management, management of bonded goods and supply of container storage and transportation. -- Most of our existing contracts have provisions which allow for inflationary and other adjustments (e.g. fuel price movements, tariffs on imported vehicles) to be charged to our customers and approximately 60% of our contracts are open book contracts in which we do not bear the direct impact of increasing costs. -- Should the UK's exit from the EU at the end of 2020 result in a 'hard' Brexit without a transition period and/or an orderly withdrawal may cause regulatory and compliance uncertainty on some contracts that require performance under EU regulation, bodies and/or standards; however, we believe such uncertainties will be addressed under proposed new UK regulations following any withdrawal. -- We have reviewed our supply chain and are broadly comfortable with our key suppliers' ability to maintain the provision of goods and services on key contracts.
rimau1: Great update, let the rerate continue......Volvo, there are very simple reasons for the valuation differences with Clipper. 2 biggies. win has a £1bn legacy pension liability and although its now well managed the sheer size of this can lead to very volatile swings. Win smartly today compare the latest position to 2017 showing a fall but in 2019 at one point it was in surplus, so it is volatile. This is a huge balance sheet liability. Secondly as we all know Win’s transport division is low margin, capital intensive and highly cyclical and although growing fast Clipper is much more heavily weighted in e-fulfilment which is fast becoming a covid counter cyclical play. Lastly, clipper is actually on a forward pe of 21 which includes a potential bid premium so take 20% off for this and its 16 which for a business that has almost doubled eps in the last 2 years its actually decent value so forget about the historic pe of 35. Btw I hold Win and not clipper. Win is undervalued (should be low double digits) but will always trade at a significant discount to clipper which deserves high double digits.
rivaldo: WIN have just been tipped in today's Evening Standard as a stock to benefit from the online shopping boom..... Https:// "Wincanton After you’ve clicked for your online order, someone has to deliver it to you. Wincanton runs the lorries and vans that will get them from the warehouse to your door. Its share price crashed badly during Covid because it has big businesses trucking petrol and building materials around the country. At a time when construction sites were closed and nobody was allowed to drive anywhere, that wasn’t good for business. But its online delivery work for shops was trading strongly, particularly once social distancing restrictions were lifted to allow its two-men-and-a-van operations to resume delivering furniture and other goods for customers like Ikea and M&S. Wincanton also runs warehouses for big companies’ online logistics, recently winning a contract to run one of these “dark stores” for Waitrose It’s also working smarter to help smaller online businesses distribute out of spare space in its warehouses – a potentially big market ahead. The shares might take a while to recover, particularly as it had to axe the dividend this year, disappointing shareholders who have seen numerous struggles at the business over the years. However, with previous problems mainly fixed, Wincanton looks like a decent long-term bet." The writer concludes: "For the best value growth, my money would be on Wincanton and Tritax Big Box."
rivaldo: Lovely 3-year contract win: Https:// "Wincanton wins Dwell customer eFulfilment contract By Michelle Mooney 24th August 2020 Wincanton has won a three-year contract to provide home delivery services for furniture retailer Dwell. The 3PL will manage a range of e-fulfilment services for Dwell across the UK and Northern Ireland, including click and collect deliveries, and store replenishment from the Dwell distributions centre in Milton Keynes. Paul Durkin, managing director of digital and e-fulfilment at Wincanton, said: “As a market-leader in eFulfilment services, Wincanton’s home delivery solution will enhance Dwell’s customer proposition whilst reducing their cost to serve.” Emma Long, chief operating officer at Dwell, added: “Making sure our customers receive the best experience when they shop with Dwell is a big part of why we’ve chosen to partner with Wincanton. Their ability to deliver great customer service and help us to better manage our costs will support our exciting ambitions for growth.”
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